Zulma_3144_Tarea 4.1_ACCO 3150

Zulma_3144_Tarea 4.1_ACCO 3150

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National College University Recinto Online Programa de Administración de Empresas y Contabilidad ACCO 3150 Depreciación Prof. Rafael Navarro Pizarro Zulma Horta Gutiérrez Núm. de estudiante: 1404023144 21 de septiembre de 2016
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2. Book value of the machine at the end of 2016 a) 24,000 b) 36,000 c) 26,400
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d) 20,006 Book value of the machine at the end of 2017 a) 15,000 b) 23,000 c) 3,400 d) 20,000 3. Depreciation rate = cost – residual value/estimated usage of the asset = 200,000 – 10,000/15,000 = 190,000/15000 = 12.66 per hour a) Depreciation expense = depreciation rate x actual usage of the asset = 12.66 x 15,000 = 189,900 b) Straight line depreciation expense = cost – estimated residual/estimated service life = 200,000 – 10,000/8 = 190,000/8 = 23,750 per year Sum of the years digits 8 + 7 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 36 8/36 Double declining balance depreciation methods
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Straight line = 200,000 – 20,000/8 = 180,000/8 = 22,500 per year Sum of the years digits Double declining balance 4. Recording depreciation causes the rate of return total assets to increase over time.
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